The Catechism of Catholic Ethics|
A work of Roman Catholic moral theology
by Ronald L. Conte Jr.
About the Author:
Ronald L. Conte Jr. (Ron Conte) is a believing and practicing Roman Catholic lay theologian.
He is the author of The Catechism of Catholic Ethics
He is the sole translator and editor of the Catholic Public Domain Version (CPDV) of the Sacred Bible, which he translated from the Pope Sixtus V and Pope Clement VIII Latin Vulgate Bible using the Challoner Douay Bible as a guide. The Catholic Public Domain Version adheres to the Vatican Norms for Bible Translation. The CPDV is a fairly literal translation, which does not impose inclusive language or political correctness on the text. The Old Testament was translated in the light of the New Testament, and both Testaments were translated in the light of Roman Catholic teaching. The translation has been placed entirely in the public domain.
He also worked on the World English Bible project (the Deuterocanonical Books of Tobit, Judith, Esther, Baruch, Jeremiah's Letter, and Daniel), and worked as a proof-reader for the Tweedale edition of the Clementine Latin Vulgate.
He received a bachelor's degree in philosophy and theology from Boston College.
He is the author of several books of Roman Catholic theology: on the topic of eschatology, The Bible and the Future of the World, The Secrets of Medjugorje and Garabandal Revealed, The First Part of the Tribulation, and a forthcoming book, The Second Part of the Tribulation; on New Testament Biblical chronology, Important Dates in the Lives of Jesus and Mary; and on the Virgin Mary and the Most Holy Trinity, New Insights into the Deposit of Faith.
He is the author of a number of articles on Catholic theology, including articles on Mariology, moral theology, sexual ethics, and articles against abortion and against contraception. He has written a series of articles on Sacred Tradition, Sacred Scripture, and the Magisterium. He is the author of a series of articles refuting the doctrinal errors and other false claims of certain alleged private revelations.
He has a website that promotes natural family planning.
He leads discussions of dogmatic, moral, and speculative theology, and an online Bible study, in the discussion group CatholicPlanet.Net